Daily Archives: May 8, 2012

Latest Homesteps News

Custom Home Steps Up with Stylish Treads
A custom-designed and built house isn't your everyday gift from a husband to a wife. But homeowner Mike Clarke did just that. He surprised his wife, Annie, with their dream home in Plymouth, Vt. Inspired by the works of Frank Lloyd Wright, …
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OUR OPINION: 'No-kill' animal shelters still a work in progress
One hurdle is finding volunteers willing to transport an animal often several hundred miles to a new adoptive home. Steps are also necessary to educate the owners, if only to cut the 20 percent return rate of adopted animals.
Read more on San Angelo Standard Times

Boynton takes new look at segregation-era cemetery
"It was a place where there were prostitutes and drinking down there," said William Barton, 89, in his home, steps from the cemetery. Mary Barton, who was on the board of the municipal cemetery on South Seacrest Boulevard in the 1970s, decided she'd …
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Latest Real Estate Auction News

Inland Real Estate Brokerage & Auctions, Inc. Announces Auction Of Properties
OAK BROOK, Ill., May 08, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Inland Real Estate Brokerage & Auctions, Inc. announced today its June 6 auction event in Oak Brook, Ill. set to feature a mix of retail, multi-family, office, business, mixed-use, lots/land, …
Read more on MarketWatch (press release)

Ex-Greek church on North Main headed to tax foreclosure auction
That would be the starting bid by the time the county's annual tax foreclosure auction starts on July 17. However, McClary said, the city of Ann Arbor will have an opportunity to acquire it before it goes to to public auction "if they have a public …
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Large Port Covington parcel going to auction block
The Port Covington site contains 5.2 acres of land and about five additional acres on two piers that jut into Winan's Cove, said Glen McDonald, managing director of business development at Max Spann Real Estate & Auction Co., the New Jersey-based firm …
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